Nearly all the bowling alleys are going to fall in the Netherlands, a country in Europe, based on chairman Frits vehicle Dijk of the Dutch Association of Bowling Entrepreneurs (NVB). The entire business industry hopes that peace will come very shortly so that they can at the least serve good food and beverages to bowling customers again. Chairman Van Dijk states that the catering industry must start again in a way that they should not at least return to a predicament. The customers may now come back to the bowling centers but must bring their very own beverages. Customers, therefore, buy their own beverages at a snack bar alongside the bowling alley. Because of the procedures, they are banned to remain and sit there again since it was sniffed by the rats.
Can’t afford any more
Entrepreneur Monique Wirtz of Bowling Huizen does not know whether she will still manage the business in a couple of weeks. Wirtz says that if she cannot anymore provide not only food and beverages to customers or guests but also the good quality of the types of equipment in the bowling center, especially the best of the bowling balls which you can check here at https://bowlingadvisor.com/best-urethane-bowling-balls/ – she cannot further start to run the business before the year ends. She does not just have many options to deal with it.
She only has around Forty Thousand to Fifty Thousand euros of fixed monthly expenses, while only One Thousand euros just comes in. Monique hopes to finally hear the great information against her greater judgment. She says that the press discussion is extremely important for her and for the business that something or anything must actually occur rapidly, otherwise, she would not able to make it.
The support needed
Frits vehicle Dijk of the NVB is one of the many in this. “We truly need support. We have been working for eight weeks to get it. The civil service is extremely gradual, there is no movement. If I see this week that 40 to 50 million are released in a couple of days for assistance offered in the fireworks industry, then I almost explode.”